Horticulture is a field of study that deals with the art and science of breeding, propagating, installing, and maintaining plants that are used to enhance and improve the human environment.
For non-degree seeking students, an Online Certificate is available that offers an alternative educational experience to individuals wanting knowledge and career advancement.
UF Online Interdisciplinary Studies: Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources (EMANR) uses an interdisciplinary approach to provide the scientific and technical foundation needed to integrate and communicate the diverse environmental issue associated with urban, agricultural, and natural recources for their coial and economic benefits while protecting associated resource values, property rights and the environment. This degree provides a solid grounding in the areas of hydrology, soil science, pest management, water resources and agricultural ecology, so that graduates can find jobs with agricultural producers, consulting companies and government agencies involved in maintaining a sustainable environment.
For more information on the Online Certificate in Horticulture or the Online Environmental Management Degree Program, please contact Jason Steward at (813) 757-2280 firstname.lastname@example.org